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pacemaker that is been effectively a pacemaker that is been inserted to a woman's brain or more people, it sends signals to the brain and its senses that you are, as simmons and a depressive state, it's been proven to work and that is usually exciting for people that suffer from severe depression which is debilitating. it suffer from severe depression which is debilitating.— is debilitating. it sounds like ma . ic in is debilitating. it sounds like magic in the _ is debilitating. it sounds like magic in the woman - is debilitating. it sounds like magic in the woman quoted | is debilitating. it sounds like . magic in the woman quoted and is debilitating. it sounds like - magic in the woman quoted and they say it's given them her life back she says is completely changed her life and she feels like she can live her life and do things again and it's on so they can basically turn off the little bits in the brain that are causing the depression and i will tend to be smart enough to understand it but it does sound absolutely incredible and if you can get that dopamine hit which i just
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got because what subs are coming through on my phone.— got because what subs are coming through on my phone. breaking news is what setback? _ through on my phone. breaking news is what setback? is _ through on my phone. breaking news is what setback? is whatsapp - through on my phone. breaking news is what setback? is whatsapp back? | is what setback? is whatsapp back? not on my phone, it's not quite yet. we don't have time to ask you about the pacemakerfor we don't have time to ask you about the pacemaker for the we don't have time to ask you about the pacemakerfor the brain but will come back to bed and hours' time but thank you, good to talk to both of you. keeping my eye on my whatsapp, not because i want to hear from you but i want to know if that is correct. so far, i think the outage is still going on and it's been a pretty long evening is whatsapp, instagram and facebook have been down. it's a major global blackout at 76 hours and counting but facebooks loss has been twitters gain as a breaks records for numbers of users and that's talked to the ceo of sabre defence group and thank
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you so much forjoining us and it's so good to talk to you. let me ask you first of all, before we look at the impact of the outage, what you think is closeted? it the impact of the outage, what you think is closeted?— think is closeted? it looks like it's a misconfiguration. and to put that in lehmans terms, but than lehmans terms, you have a book of maps and all of those pages are different for the networks and it's as if someone as accidentally or intentionally ripped out the facebook page and turnit ripped out the facebook page and turn it in the band and they are trying to basically find their backup page, so to speak. what did that a little to simply? i like that. that a little to simply? i like that and — that a little to simply? i like that. and it _ that a little to simply? i like that. and it could've - that a little to simply? i like that. and it could've been . that a little to simply? i like i that. and it could've been done that a little to simply? i like - that. and it could've been done on purpose or accident, what is more likely? we purpose or accident, what is more likel ? ~ ., ., ., .,
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likely? we have no idea. there are serious issues _ likely? we have no idea. there are serious issues that _ likely? we have no idea. there are serious issues that are _ likely? we have no idea. there are serious issues that are costing - serious issues that are costing company networks, infrastructure and data leaks have by accident by people who work in a company excellently doing something wrong, nothing that is what happened here. we cannot tell if this is been the result of a cyber attack, which is too early to tell stop by the interesting thing is that facebook, huge company interesting thing is that facebook, huge compan— huge company people know that the 're huge company people know that they're doing — huge company people know that they're doing with _ huge company people know that they're doing with tech, - huge company people know that they're doing with tech, how - huge company people know that i they're doing with tech, how come it's taken this long for things to get to normal? the it's taken this long for things to get to normal?— it's taken this long for things to get to normal? the protocol, the book of maps _ get to normal? the protocol, the book of maps that _ get to normal? the protocol, the book of maps that i _ get to normal? the protocol, the book of maps that i was - get to normal? the protocol, the book of maps that i was telling i get to normal? the protocol, the l book of maps that i was telling you about, that was originally built to hold up the skeleton of the internet. it was built for substance, not speed. so, if anything happens that goes wrong with that there's a misconfiguration issue, especially on the side of something like facebook that has numerous different moving parts and
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companies that merge together, that's going to take quite some time to cycle through what is happening there and get it back on track. but i do not work for facebook and i sure that there will be working to make sure that happens. i am unable to net back make sure that happens. i am unable to get back into _ make sure that happens. i am unable to get back into facebook— make sure that happens. i am unable to get back into facebook but, - make sure that happens. i am unable to get back into facebook but, i - to get back into facebook but, i am able to but not able to update anything. how embarrassing is this for a company, anything. how embarrassing is this fora company, is anything. how embarrassing is this for a company, is yours back or not? i do not do facebook. i cannot stand it. i do have whatsapp and it's not working for me.— it. i do have whatsapp and it's not working for me. thank you for that life briefing _ working for me. thank you for that life briefing for _ working for me. thank you for that life briefing for set _ working for me. thank you for that life briefing for set how _ life briefing for set how embarrassing is this for the likes of facebook respect everyone is on twitter and twitter has seen a surge of people going on it's been a hilarious thread that twitter started earlier and literally everybody onto twitter. and those
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who pride themselves on these outages not happening or not happening that often? i outages not happening or not happening that often? i would say it's re happening that often? i would say it's pretty embarrassing. - happening that often? i would say it's pretty embarrassing. i - happening that often? i would say it's pretty embarrassing. i do - happening that often? i would say it's pretty embarrassing. i do not| it's pretty embarrassing. i do not work at facebook and so, there is an argument there for all publicity. so, maybe they getting the resurgence that they need? and so, maybe they getting the resurgence that they need? and it reminds us _ resurgence that they need? and it reminds us how _ resurgence that they need? and it reminds us how much _ resurgence that they need? and it reminds us how much we - resurgence that they need? and it reminds us how much we utilise . reminds us how much we utilise social media.— reminds us how much we utilise social media. there so many of us that don't use _ social media. there so many of us that don't use facebook _ social media. there so many of us that don't use facebook but - social media. there so many of us that don't use facebook but use . that don't use facebook but use whatsapp. there's an ecosystem behind this is coming to light and showing us how much we depend on social media. showing us how much we depend on social media-— social media. thank you for talking to me and it's _ social media. thank you for talking to me and it's been _ social media. thank you for talking to me and it's been great - social media. thank you for talking to me and it's been great having i social media. thank you for talking i to me and it's been great having you on the programme. would start with some football and he has been appointed as the new
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head coach in the club sacked the previous coach over the weekend. a two—year contract with woodford line 50 in the table with a 69 —year—old italian with lester, was sacked the following season and becomes the 13th watford manager since the family took over the club in 2012. he will bring a little bit more experience and probably the most high—profile head coach that watford has ever had in the club has numerous managers and he has managed in several countries across europe and really high—profile but a business for watford. having that in game experience will be massive for us. , ., , game experience will be massive for us. , . , ., ., us. they have been added to the encland us. they have been added to the england squad — us. they have been added to the england squad for— us. they have been added to the england squad for the _ us. they have been added to the england squad for the two - us. they have been added to the - england squad for the two upcoming world cup qualifiers. moving from chelsea and the team—mate at st. georges park along with the rest of gareth southgate's squad. ben
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ainslie isjoining gareth southgate's squad. ben ainslie is joining forces with the mercedes formula one team. is his third attempt at winning the world cup. the britannia team launched a campaign at mercedes headquarters where they will be based in the teams chief technical officer will help to sign the boat the next america's cup or dystrophy was that pleasing in 202a. new zealand are the defending champions. establishing the simulation tours. they have an aerodynamic and hydrodynamic discipline that we have to overcome with the america's cup. they are all tied into formula one and the attention to detail and discipline the formula one has, we really believe they can make a big difference to your organisation. we have introduced the cost cap this
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year which — have introduced the cost cap this year which means, we've had to make your organisation more efficient we don't _ your organisation more efficient we don't want — your organisation more efficient we don't want to lose good people and after several consecutive championship titles, it was also instrumental for engineers to look for something else and we created a new environment that was very beneficial— new environment that was very beneficial for another project such as the _ beneficial for another project such as the america's cup. they beneficial for another pro'ect such as the america's cup._ as the america's cup. they will learn whether _ as the america's cup. they will learn whether or _ as the america's cup. they will learn whether or not _ as the america's cup. they will learn whether or not they'll - as the america's cup. they will learn whether or not they'll be | learn whether or not they'll be heading down under for the ashes and deciding whether or not the men's ashes tour will go ahead and have been concerns over whether or not the players families can travel and quarantine and a potential bubble of the team and the captain may have to live in. austria some of the strictest covid—19 particles in the world and situation complemented by the fact that they have to update the fact that they have to update the regulations. the contest is begin a cricket writer doesn't believe the ashes are in doubt. and
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believe the ashes are in doubt. and north of us — believe the ashes are in doubt. jifuc north of us not to believe the ashes are in doubt. fific north of us not to go ahead believe the ashes are in doubt. e"i:c north of us not to go ahead would require a boycott from them, not in stronger terms but a postponement which and the current scheduling arrangement that we have, i just can't see that happening. this too much on the line financially and this is effectively an industry inside of cricket and is so much on the line for both and the commercial arrangements and all of that with broadcast and beyond. ijust cannot see a scenario where there's a complete pull—out. see a scenario where there's a complete pull-out.— see a scenario where there's a complete pull-out. they will be in the mix for— complete pull-out. they will be in the mix for a _ complete pull-out. they will be in the mix for a potential _ complete pull-out. they will be in the mix for a potential place. - complete pull-out. they will be inj the mix for a potential place. first of all, they will be headed to the middle east at of the formats world cup later this week. the short affirms of the game, the players not be distracted by the off your i'd like to think not. no one on this team is young and naive and co—opting those things, i know they're well—versed in what is going on in its world cup. it's a massive
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deal and whilst we are there, i'm sure everyone will be fully dialled in to that and whatever happens after that will happen after that. but i've got no doubt that the guys will come together whenever we come together officially and will come together whenever we come together officiall— together officially and will be fully focused _ together officially and will be fully focused on _ together officially and will be fully focused on the - together officially and will be fully focused on the world i together officially and will be i fully focused on the world cup. announcing her retirement from the sport in tokyo 2020. and the rear 2016 paralympic games, age 15, she finished fifth in the butterfly final at tokyo 2020 after that race, she provided a memorable poolside when talking about overcoming a hip injury to reach the games. finishing six as italy won the final stage but in 2007, the road wastes row champion and — road race. row
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champion. the race finishes on saturday. charlotte has been talking about running the third fastest time on the london marathon and finishing tenth and shift more than 200 minutes of her personal best in 15 seconds off this best time, just a few months after being left out of the squad for the summer olympics in tokyo. this the squad for the summer olympics in to 0. �* , , ., ., the squad for the summer olympics in to 0. a the squad for the summer olympics in to , ,. tokyo. as soon as the olympic door closed, i tokyo. as soon as the olympic door closed. i was _ tokyo. as soon as the olympic door closed, i was able _ tokyo. as soon as the olympic door closed, i was able to _ tokyo. as soon as the olympic door closed, i was able to focus - tokyo. as soon as the olympic door closed, i was able to focus on - closed, i was able to focus on london and yeah, i'll forget about that. focus on and on london and i'm just glad it went well and is always a lot of pressure going into a big event and obviously with the marathon, you cannot run one every weekend, seejust marathon, you cannot run one every weekend, see just kind marathon, you cannot run one every weekend, seejust kind of go marathon, you cannot run one every weekend, see just kind of go all in on this one day if it does not go well, you have to re— plan and wait again but i'm just happy that it went well so i can relax a bit now
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and go again for the next one. from the rest of — and go again for the next one. from the rest of the _ and go again for the next one. from the rest of the team. goodbye. good evening. it's been a day of sunshine and showers again today but things are going to change overnight because we are witnesses and rain moving in from the southwest and without rain, the winds are going to be strengthening that what your winter your weather will be continuing in some areas tomorrow as well. the conduct of the southwest, this area of low cloud does not look like much, it will thicken up and develop an area of low pressure and will have more shape to the rain and this will be expecting the rain to be around midnight and that ring pushes eastwards across england and wales and send that rain but will find some gusty winds and heavy bursts of rain instantly keeping temperatures up but scotland looks largely try and be quite chilly in northern scotland, close to freezing and generally try. we'll see the
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back of east anglia in the southeast of england fairly quickly but the rain is going to linger in southeast scotland and much of northern england and north wells feeding into the midlands as well and know that what your weather is wrapped around an area of low pressure and it's around the side of the low together with the rain they'll have the strongest of the wind in i particularly chilly. in a be in the mid teens are so that we should get some sunshine and showers across them in parts of england and wales is largely trade across scotland and northern ireland. that area of low pressure will continue to bring some wind and rain into tuesday evening and tuesday night before it moves towards the continent. still quite windy for its eastern side of england as well as wednesday morning. the clouds and showers, will come in fairly quickly from the atlantic and will have more clout and more rain into ireland and particularly during the afternoon. temperatures for england and wales should be much higher than what we will see on tuesday. this is the
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situation as we head towards the middle part in this weather front is going to bring some rain in northern ireland and the higher pressure towards the southeast, that means we've got a south—westerly wind and that's going to draw in some warmer air, tropical maritime air and lift the temperatures as well. there was to be quite a lot of cloud rum particularly for scotland and northern ireland and the sort of got most of the rain, some drizzling and western parts of england and wales and the brightest skies and sunshine towards the east but temperatures are climbing close to 19 or 20 c.
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newsday reporting live. the headlines. millions of facebook users are left in the dark as the social media platform goes off—line for hours along with whatsapp and instagram. no sign of an end to us tariffs on imports from china is america's top trade negotiator accuses beijing of failing to live up to its promises. the donor to britain's ruling conservative party involved in a russian corruption scandal. the latest allegation to come out of the pandora papers. and we report from haiti where busloads of migrants deported by the us find themselves backin
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deported by the us find themselves back in a country they haven't lived in for years.

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